Ramish and Leela

Mentoring By The Masters

The Mentoring By The Masters Programme was launched back in 2012 as part of the Ministry of Culture's observance of our 50th Anniversary of Independence.

The interim Secretary of the Hikers Association Michael Jattan says while hiking has a lot of risks, it’s up to the organizations to work with people to minimize the likelihood of something going wrong.

This follows the discovery of the body of 55-year-old Richard Baird. He went missing last Saturday while on a hike. His body was discovered on Tuesday afternoon.

Are Employers Paying NIS?

The Amalgamated Workers' Union say they have evidence a major bakery in this country has not paid NIS for its workers for almost four years.

ICATT's Pre-Budget Discussions

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Trinidad and Tobago (ICATT) has various committees made up of leaders and professionals in the Financial and Accounting arena.

This Is Me Sustainable Income Project

Dr. Marielle Barrow, the founder of Caribbean In Transit Network, and Anika Norgriff, speak to GMTT about the Project.

Prayze Factor People's Choice Awards

Over a dozen T&T Gospel artistes have been nominated for the Prayze Factor People's Choice Awards in Atlanta, Georgia, scheduled to take place next month. Verna Bharath speaks to two representatives on sponsorship.

The Police Complaints Authority is an independent civilian body tasked with oversight of law enforcement officers. This morning we spoke to the Director of the PCA David West and recently appointed Deputy Director Michelle Solomon-Baksh about the role of the authority and their overall vision.

This month, Pan Trinbago celebrates 25 years, since the steel drum, which churns out melodious notes was recognized as the national instrument. On Friday, an exhibition was held on the Brian Lara Promenade by BP Renegades, showcasing the instrument and the people who 'beat it' much to our enjoyment and pleasure. We spoke to the Manager of BP Renegades - Michael Marcano and player Johann Chuckaree.

(GMTT) Gospel Telethon

Despite experiencing some difficulty with artistes commuting between Trinidad and Tobago “God has been leading” and the organizers of the Gospel Telethon are confident that their event will be a success. This according to chairman Moses Thomas. The Gospel Telethon is fundraising event being held in Tobago which aims to acquire clothes, food and financial donations to distribute to underprivileged families on the island.

(GMTT) Sustainability of Hero CPL

The biggest party is sport has been “growing phenomenally” and this is being viewed as a “fantastic opportunity” for the Hero Caribbean Premier League.  Head of Digital at the league, Vishnu Kumar, says the league has been attracting fans from around the world since its inception.

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Several members of this country's national football team, cycling team, and hockey teams left these shores for
Queen’s Park moved to the top of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League with a 4-2 victory over San Fernando Giants
France may have won the FIFA World Cup in Russia on Sunday, but hours after Les Bleus second victory in the
We may be over seven thousand miles away from the host of this year's World Cup - Russia but that did not stop fans of
The Defence Force and Central FC will battle for a place in the First Citizens Cup finals. The Army defeated Morvant
National Senior Men's Football Team Coach, Dennis Lawrence, visited his alma mater, Barataria North Secondary, on
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